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Air conditioner needs oil how do i put in oil?


Compressors shouldn't need oil anymore than what it came with From the factory. If it lost some through some tragic circumstance you would recover, pull the compressor out, dump the oil. Add the oil through the stub tube as per the factory charge on the data plate. Then reinstall the compressor, vacuum, recharge system refrigerant

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How much R134 refrigerant do I add to an empty A/C system on a 1995 ford Taurus?


You can not add to an empty system, with just air inside it

The system must be checked for leaks & repaired first

If that was done, then you need to pull a vacuum on the system
& see if it holds,I assume you know that,if not, you need a repair
shop with the correct A/C Equipment

The amount of refrigerant is on a sticker under the hood,also in factory service manuals & repair shops have it in similar data base
info.

Your referring to a complete charge of the system,not adding to it

That has to be done under a vacuum & you need some knowledge of the laws of physics pertaining to refrigerant

Helps to have the factory charts also, to look at ambient temp at the
time of charging & system pressures

Have a shop work on it

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Gdm 45 with new thermostat goes down to 28 degrees and compresor does not shut down


If the new thermostat sensor is secure and where it belongs, it has the wrong charge in the system. That cooler takes a critical charge. The factory charge is in ounces if refrigerant. The system needs to be evacuated completely with a vacuum pump and recharged with an accurate scale that weighs in ounces. That will solve your problem. A refrigeration tech carries the necessary tools that an hvac tech doesn't. Hope this helps and good luck.

Apr 13, 2014 | True GDM-45 Refrigerator

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I need to know how much Freon my fedders central air takes.It is 7 years old


On the unit name plate it will say factory charge of weight and type or refrigerant.

Aug 21, 2013 | Haier HPR09XC7 Portable Air Conditioner

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How to put freon in my p12A


This should only be performed by a trained service technician. Not only is this potentially dangerous to the untrained person, but there is also a high potential to damage the equipment further if not charged properly.

The charge is to be metered into the suction line up stream of the compressor (charge liquid only if a blended refrigerant is used).

Most self contained unites will not have pressure taps to charge yourself, the would have to be added and soldered in aftermarket.

If in fact you had pressure taps, you will need a set of refrigeration gauges. Refrigerant needs to be weighed in, usually in ounces for a small unit. Charge is critical on these types of systems, just an ounce or two off can make a very big difference. You also need to know what type of refrigerant the unit requires, this is usually found on the name plate of the unit along or near the refrigerant charge the factory put in.

Also, if the unit entirely lost its charge, it would need to be evacuated to a deep vacuum to get all of the air out of the system. Without doing this you are wasting time and money as air in a system will create very big problems.

Furthermore, you need to make sure there is enough oil in the system, and without giving a reason or amount of refrigerant lost from the unit it is hard to give you an exact plan of action.

Jul 11, 2011 | Friedrich P12A Air Conditioner

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Need to know normal pressure for 134-a to recharge my refrigerator


Depending upon the way you charge it you could introduce air into the system. The lines need to be bleed before charging to make sure the refrigerant is in the charge lines and not air. Most folks that do not do this for a living make that mistake.

With air in a 134 system problems will abound. The only way to really charge a system is to use a vacuum pump to pull it down then charge to the correct lever in ounces as provided on the label of the refrigerant u purchase

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Need original refrigerant factory charge specs


It is most likely R22, And holds less than 3 lbs. Thank you for using Fix ya and please rate me higher than global warming.

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Charging the system


look at the data sticker on the unit it will tell factory charge by oz

Feb 19, 2009 | Frigidaire Heating & Cooling

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Where do i hook up to charge a hotpoint refrigerator?


Charging a refrigerator is NOT a do it yourself job. You should have a tech certified in sealed system repairs do this if needed. Most of the time, consumers think if their refrigerator is not working it needs refrigerant. This is rarely the case. Just why do you think you need to charge a factory sealed system?

Aug 28, 2008 | Hotpoint Refrigerators

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